November 2022

It is an established principle in employment law that an employer is allowed to terminate or fire an employee without cause, which means without a reason, but that they must give their employee “reasonable notice” or “pay in lieu of reasonable notice.” This means that they must give their employee notice in advance that the...
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You may want to submit a RECO complaint against your real estate agent. You might be an employer who has received a complaint regarding an employee to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. You might be a home owner who is supporting, or challenging, a bylaw variance at your municipal committee of adjustments. In all...
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